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Spectacular archaeological sites, historic temples and tropical beaches are some reasons why a trip to Cambodia should be next on your agenda. You’ll find plenty of awe-inspiring things to do here.
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Day 1-2: Start your adventure in Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s capital city. After landing at Phnom Penh International Airport, spend some time visiting the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the Choeung Ek Killing Fields for a better understanding of the nation’s history. Don’t miss the Royal Palace complex either.
Day 3-5: Travel by car or board a domestic flight to Siem Reap where you’ll find popular temples such as Angkor Wat, Baphuon and Ta Prohm.
Day 6-7: Take a river boat to Battambang. About six to eight hours from Siem Reap, must-see attractions include the Killing Caves of Phnom Sampeau and the Phsar Nath Market.
Celebrate the Cambodian Water and Moon Festival (Bon Om Touk), which takes place between October and early November each year. You can expect colourful boat races, magical fireworks and traditional ceremonies during this magnificent three-day event.
If you plan to spend a lot of time in the capital, check out our Phnom Penh Holiday Packages for inspiration and ideas on what to do here.
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Experience the famous architecture and stunning history of this unique temple, located in the ancient ruins of Cambodia’s Khmer Empire.
Befitting the home of Cambodia’s royalty, the glittering golden roofline of this palace dominates Phnom Penh’s skyline.
Whether you’re looking for fresh food or a new watch, you can buy just about anything imaginable within the walls of Phnom Penh’s famous cross-shaped market.